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Homes for Sale in Roanoke, Indiana

For those looking for a pastoral community to call home, the little town of Roanoke might just be the perfect place to lay down roots. This village along the Hoosier Heartland Highway offers a landscape of quiet, tree-line streets and spacious neighborhoods surrounded by fertile farmlands. Centered around quaint main streets while outside of town, the farmlands give the area a pastoral vibe.

While the small-town appeal is palpable, homeowners this Huntington County town enjoy the benefits of strong economic advantages thanks to its proximity to the booming economy of Fort Wayne, just miles away to the northeast. This makes Roanoke the perfect, laidback community for those looking for a quiet place to call home and a vibrant urban landscape for work, shopping, and play.

If you've made the decision to explore the housing market in Roanoke, you've made a great choice, setting yourself up for both prosperity and peace of mind. But the house-hunting trek can be rough terrain to navigate alone. With Tucker to guide you, you're getting experience and expertise by your side, turning what could be a process of stumbles and pitfalls into one of sure steps. Talk to Tucker today to get the adventure started.

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Roanoke October 23, 2018
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$106.80
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$239,900
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Roanoke Area Homes

Roanoke enjoys a long history, and a rich tableau of housing styles can be found in this town. Due to its rural landscape, you’ll find many homes in beautiful, spacious surroundings. Older homes with cozy, well-loved ambiences abound, but there are also more modern styles, largely thanks to the town’s closeness to the economic power of Fort Wayne. The abundance of space in the area makes it an enticing project area for developers. At Tucker we can help you sort through these possibilities of this charming little town where it’s quite possible the home you’ve always been looking for awaits.

Shopping and Dining

Roanoke doesn’t have much in the way of commercial amenities to speak of, but it does provide easy access to many excellent offerings in nearby communities. Just to the south, the county seat of Huntington offers a downtown area with a range of options including speciality shops and boutiques, service shops, and other small businesses. Outside of the downtown area, you’ll also find national retail stores, department stores, and large supermarkets.

When it comes to a bona fide shopping outing, you'll want to take advantage of all that Fort Wayne has to offer. That includes multiple walkable commercial districts rife with specialty shops and boutiques, two destination-style malls, and big box stores for bulk shopping fun. The city also hosts a fantastic culinary scene with offerings for just about any craving and budget. That means cafes, specialty delicatessens, pubs, family restaurants, and ethnic eateries.

Culture and Entertainment

Culture in Roanoke revolves around its small town traditions, which produce numerous community events and festivals throughout the year. The town parks offer an excellent setting for these events as well as places for more solitary rest and exercise.

When you're in the mood for something a little more varied, entertainment is never far away. After all, Fort Wayne just a few miles north. If you're a history buff, you'll want to check out the History Center in Fort Wayne's Old City Hall, which manages thousands of artifacts from Indiana's past. Or you can just stroll around town, taking in the many historic landmarks and homes. Fort Wayne is an excellent walking city, offering numerous parks and quaint neighborhoods to explore. Another prime place for an enjoyable stroll is the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, which is considered one of the nation's best.

Chief among its neighborhoods for those seeking a cultural outing is the aptly named downtown Cultural District, which offers many small venues for performance arts and live music, galleries, and the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The Embassy Theatre is an historic venue that still hosts Broadway musicals, concert tours, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. Adding to the fun, Fort Wayne hosts numerous popular events throughout the year including food, arts, and music festivals.

Fort Wayne also hosts four semi-professional sports franchises. An ECHL team, an NBA development team, and a women's roller derby team all play at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. A San Francisco Padres class A affiliate, the Fort Wayne TinCaps, play at Parkview Field.

Careers and Industry

Roanoke is an agricultural and manufacturing town with farmlands and industrial parks within easy reach. Those with experience in such sectors find themselves with numerous opportunities to pursue in town. And if you don't mind commuting to work, you'll never be short on additional opportunities because despite Roanoke's tranquil setting, it rests on the outskirts of the commercial and economic hub of northeastern Indiana.

Careers in advanced manufacturing are especially common, particularly within the defense industry. Owing to this proliferation and Fort Wayne's geographic location between Indianapolis, Columbus, Cleveland, Detroit, and Chicago, sectors such as distribution, transportation, and logistics also offer many regional jobs convenient to homeowners in Roanoke. Healthcare, professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, and financial services are other big employment sectors within the area.

Schools

Parents of school-aged children who live in Roanoke will be able to enroll them in the Huntington County School Corporation. This system is based out of nearby Huntington and serves students from several area towns. Parents will be happy to know this system has achieved a 21st Century School Corporation designation, meaning students have the advantage of a 1:1 technology-integrated learning environment, connecting them to the world at large and superior resources via tablet technology.

Upper-class students receive assistance to position themselves for success in their post-secondary school lives including college guidance and advanced placement courses and vocational training. The Huntington County School Corporation also provides many extracurricular options including academic clubs, athletic programs, and community service opportunities.

Your Tucker real estate agent can help you explore options in education for your child, getting the answers you need to know prior to making a decision to raise your family in the community of Roanoke.